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Admire The Valley's Best Art At These Local Galleries

By Michael McCarthy | March 8, 2021 | Lifestyle


“Aspen Nights” by Deborah Paris PHOTO COURTESY OF ANN KOROLOGOS GALLERY
“Aspen Nights” by Deborah Paris

Skiers aren’t the only ones who enjoy Aspen’s snow season; collectors know it’s a time to check in with the valley’s elite showcases of art. With safety precautions in place, gallery owners have assembled another impressive lineup of talent. From Deborah Paris’ luminous landscapes at Ann Korologos Gallery to Danielle Procaccio’s breathtaking equine series at Casterline|Goodman Gallery, the options for collectors are outstanding. Here are five artistic spaces not to miss during the next two months—or year-round.


“Summer Heat” by Sabrina Stiles PHOTO COURTESY OF ANN KOROLOGOS GALLERY
“Summer Heat” by Sabrina Stiles

ANN KOROLOGOS GALLERY

211 Midland Ave., Basalt

970.927.9668, korologosgallery.com

What You’ll Love

Through March 6, Moments of Light features artists Kate Starling, Sabrina Stiles, Peter Campbell and Deborah Paris. From March 11 through May 15, Observations in the Clearing will showcase the work of Ewoud de Groot, Mike Weber, Paula Schuette Kraemer and Sherrie York.


“I Don’t Want to Go to Heaven” by The Connor Brothers PHOTO COURTESY OF CASTERLINE|GOOMAN GALLERY
“I Don’t Want to Go to Heaven” by The Connor Brothers

CASTERLINE|GOODMAN GALLERY

611 E. Cooper Ave.

970.925.1339, casterlinegoodman.com

What You’ll Love

Two shows through April 15: Danielle Procaccio’s inspiring equine series and Extraordinary People by The Connor Brothers—a glorious and mirth-filled cross between truth and fiction.


Cha Cha Gallery is showcasing sculptures from Salvador Dalí throughout the winter. PHOTO: COURTESY OF CHA CHA GALLERY
Cha Cha Gallery is showcasing sculptures from Salvador Dalí throughout the winter.

CHA CHA GALLERY

426 E. Hyman Ave.

970.925.1435, chachagallery.com

What You’ll Love

The winter exhibit features Salvador Dalí, Mr. Brainwash, The CoolGuys, Tony Cragg , Patrick Rubinstein, Samuel Prudden, Jonathan Bermudes and Laurence Jenk. During the latter part of winter, the gallery will present an exclusive presale of Jeff Koons’ “Red Diamond,” plus a collection of the artist’s signature balloon animals


The gifted nature photographer Guadalupe Laiz and her eponymous Aspen gallery unveil Isolation this winter, featuring work from her pandemic journey to Africa. PHOTO: BY GUADALUP LAIZ
The gifted nature photographer Guadalupe Laiz and her eponymous Aspen gallery unveil Isolation this winter, featuring work from her pandemic journey to Africa.

GUADALUPE LAIZ GALLERY

306 S. Mill St.

970.485.4127, guadalupelaiz.com

What You’ll Love

The extraordinarily gifted photographer Guadalupe Laiz has traveled the globe capturing Mother Nature’s enduring beauty. Her new winter series, Isolation, is the result of traveling to Africa during the pandemic. “It’s all about being present, allowing things to happen without trying to change them or control them—it’s about acceptance and respect,” she says.


“American Dream” by Grayson Perry PHOTO COURTESY OF GALERIE MAXMILLIAN
“American Dream” by Grayson Perry

GALERIE MAXIMILLIAN

602 E. Cooper Ave.

970.925.6100, galeriemax.com

What You’ll Love

The gallery will rotate five exhibitions during this winter, including Amplified Voices, with new works by artists of color Nina Chanel Abney, Derrick Adams and Rashid Johnson, among others. Also on tap this winter: Joan Miró: Small Treasures (early prints); recent postwar acquisitions by Helen Frankenthaler, David Hockney, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Serra and Andy Warhol; Beatriz Milhazes: The Gold Rose Series (richly patterned prints); and contemporary British projects by artists like Grayson Perry and Idris Khan.



Photography by: courtesy of Ann Korologos Gallery; courtesy of Casterline/Goodman Gallery; courtesy of Cha Cha Gallery; by Guadalupe Laiz; courtesy of Galerie Maximillian